Dental Crowns and Bridges

Is Your Tooth Severely Cracked Or Decayed? Does It Ruin The
Look Of Your Teeth?

A Dental Crown Will Resolve A Variety Of Wear-And-Tear Issues. Begin To Experience A Change Of Your Oral Appearance. Contact Your Local Dentist For An Appointment.

Dental crowns are very helpful in fixing those niggling issues that occur on your teeth which prevents you from smiling confidently. Niggling issues include chips and cracks, root canal issues and decay. A crown is a fixed prosthetic device which cements onto existing teeth. They are typically known as a cover to cap a damaged tooth or implant. Once they’re fitted, they’re fitted permanently, and also require looking after just like your natural teeth.

Crowns are typically used to cover the following areas of your teeth:

  • Protection of weak teeth to avoid fracturing
  • Restore a fractured tooth
  • Cover a chipped dental implant
  • Cover a tooth that may be discoloured or cracked
  • Cover a tooth that usually may require root canal treatment

What Are The Benefits Of A Fitted Dental Crown?

There are many wear-and-tear issues that a dental crown can instantly fix. They are especially beneficial for:

  • Supporting decayed teeth
  • Protect already worn teeth
  • Protection of teeth from root canal treatment
  • Keeps your severely cracked tooth together

What Are Dental Bridges?

If multiple teeth need a makeover, dental bridges are an appropriate choice of treatment. Dental bridges are typically used to replace more than one tooth. They are a fixed restoration where an artificial tooth is joined to adjacent teeth or implants. This helps strengthens your supporting teeth.

What Kind Of Dental Bridge Treatments Are Available?

At Hills Dental Design, we have a variety of bridge treatments available to suit you and your smile. Here are the types of dental bridge treatments we deliver to our loyal patients:

Implant-Supported Dental Bridges

If you’re an implant patient, implant-supported bridges are the best solution compared to traditional bridges. Implant-supported bridge helps to replace several teeth in a row. Where implants are made of titanium and placed in the jawbone, the versatility of the treatment means you do not lose enamel and neither do your neighboured teeth need to be anchored.

Traditional Bridges

A traditional bridge consists of a prosthetic or false tooth being held in place by crowns that are fixed to bridge the gap between your teeth between two implants.

Maryland Bridges

Maryland bridges can typically be used with the support of your neighboured teeth one on each side. The use of metal frameworks bonds to the back of your neighboured teeth like wings, and the gap is filled with a porcelain tooth.

What Should I Do Next If I Want A Bridge or Crown?

The variety of bridge and crown treatments are so broad that it can be difficult to determine which form of treatment is correct for you. Whilst most of our patients require single tooth replacement, each solution is designed to improve the look of your smile to help you smile confidently. Your local dentist will be best positioned to determine which form of treatment works well for you. Contact your local dentist for further information for the right solution for your needs.

If you’re looking for an affordable solution to your smile, we have a variety of treatments suitable to your needs. Hills Dental Design are ready to deliver unparalleled service you can rely on. Contact your local dentist now!

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